Once again I will be away on a trip. I should return at the end of this month, so AmateurNikon will be back with new articles in early February. Take care!
IntroductionAnother comparative review for today - they are quite popular, I've come to notice; see ultra-wide angle lenses for DX, 3 super zooms, 3 budget macros for DX, and 5 budget normal primes.Today's article will be slightly different than those above, in that the focus will not be on scope (e.g. super zooms, macros, etc) but on type.
Today's article compares 3 "must-have" Nikkor AI-s lenses for your Nikon camera.
A couple of caveats and disclaimers:
- "must-have" is a relative term. There are no "must-have" lenses, as it all boils down to your personal needs and situation.
- If you're an entry-level (and DX) user, AIs lenses means no metering. Additionally, your camera's smaller viewfinder makes manual focus harder.
|AI-s lenses (like this beauty) are usually characterized by excellent build quality|
So, now we got this out of the way, let's begin.